Author: Steve Bridger

How Online Casinos Changed The Way We Gamble

How Online Casino Conquered The World
Online gambling has become quite popular around the world. Since its introduction around two decades ago, it has continued to grow at an exponential rate. This [...]

NetEnt inks deal with Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City

Netent Signs Deal with Hardrock Casino
NetEnt, the well-known game developer, has signed a deal with Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City. The customer agreement places NetEnt as the content [...]

“Free spins” and other terms now the focus of new UK gambling regulations

New UK Regulations on words like free spins
According to the UK Gambling Commission, online gaming has become one of the fastest growing forms of gambling. At the moment, it is valued at over £4.5 [...]

Buzz Director: the spacewalk metaphor

Confused by the title? It’s just another metaphor I’ve started using to describe how brands should distribute more trust to their communities. I slipped [...]

A Chicken is not just for Christmas

Darren Rowse is a six-figure blogger. Last week he celebrated ProBlogger’s second birthday by “giving something back”. He raised over one thousand [...]

Another shout for a Netsquared Europe

Amnesty’s Dan McQuillan has made a rallying call for a Netsquared this side of the pond - which could be an “incubator for web-enabled social change in [...]

My Fundraising 2.0 presentation

On Tuesday (…it already seems much longer than that), I facilitated an “online fundraising” workshop for a number of wonderful development NGO-people in [...]

Buzz Director: help me write a job description

I thought it was about time to re-visit the role of the “buzz director” - flesh out the role I first floated last October. This is especially urgent [...]

Priming the widget response network for action

Blending the use of social tools around the current focus and concerns of your work colleagues’ and activists is a must. So I think Nigel Dunn is onto [...]

We are all photographers now

First post in a while for a number of reasons. Anyway, this stroked my ego. The three images I uploaded to the “All photographers now” exhibit were [...]